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Jaydawg  
Subject:  Braves broadcaster Skip Caray passes away at age 68
Date:  8/03/08, 9:24pm
His style of broadcasting wasn't always my cup of tea, but no one can deny his great contributions to Braves baseball and the game in general.

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Message #5519 of 6634  *NEW*
To:  Jaydawg
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drrubb  
Subject:  Re: Braves broadcaster Skip Caray passes away at age 68
Date:  8/4/08, 12:26am
I loved that guy! Hearing that sad news today was a definate downer for me, but it also rekindled a lot of good memories watching the Braves on TBS, especially during the 90's. They were an exciting team to watch then & somehow listening to Skip & Pete somehow made it more exciting & fun to watch. It's weird, but I have fallen somewhat out of love with Braves baseball because they aren't on TBS anymore & I don't get to hear Skip Carey anymore. I still like the Braves, but I've been more of a Rays fan the past 4 or 5 years. The Braves were a fun team when they had players like Ron Gant, David Justice, Otis Nixon, Deion Sanders, Sid Bream, Mark Lemke, Terry Pendleton, Jacy Lopez, Jeff Blauser, Fred McGriff, Andruw Jones, Brian Hunter, Lonnie Smith, Steve Avery, Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, John Smoltz, Chipper Jones, John Rocker, Mark Whitton, Rafael Belliard, Francisco Cabrera, etc. Those were also my fondest years of Skip Carey.

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